Subject Re: [VirtualTreeview] Re: [IBO] Virtual Tree, IBO4 and Delphi6
Author Miguel
I think that DreamCompany has problems with their structure. The users are
supporting D6 versions because they don't get any reply from DreamCompany. I
think that the team have been adquired by other company.

Confirme it because Infotree can be a bad idea.

I have the same problem with the dbtrees, the best solution actually is
1stClass dbtree from Woll2Woll, it is true dataaware and it can manage so
records like a dbgrid. I don't use it because I don't like depend from a lot
of third party companies but some time ago I tested it with wonderful
results. I am asking Developer Express team for a solution with their

I hope that these comments can help.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Chuck Belanger" <phytotech@...>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 6:47 PM
Subject: Re: [VirtualTreeview] Re: [IBO] Virtual Tree, IBO4 and Delphi6

> Lester:
> Thanks for the feedback on the various trees.
> Just discovered after getting the drag and drop in InfoTree to work
> on a smaller dataset (~500 records), it totally seizes up on the full
> (35,000 records). Also, its definitely not a good idea to have autoexpand
> true for drag and drop, unless the timing interval is set much higher.
> What size file have been loading when you say "large?"
> Thanks,
> Chuck
> Looks like I'm off to trying yet another TreeView!
> Could I back channel you about the VirtualTree to see how you set it up?
> did Paul upload a new IB_VTree?
> Lester Caine wrote:
> > InfoTree is not one that I had tried, someone else listed
> > that one.
> >
> > I have tried ElTree and had a crude data aware version
> > running.
> >
> > I also have DBFlyTreeViewPro ( running with
> > an IBOQuery. This one does not maintain a complete tree,
> > only adding information as a branch is opened, and it works
> > very well like that - very fast on a large tree. It caused
> > me a problem as I can't open a branch when a fault is
> > detected in a sub-component as the information does not
> > exist, so I am back with VirtualTreeview and a complete
> > populated tree.
> >
> > VirtualTreeview can be run without populating the
> > information in the branches, but I have not worked out yet
> > how to build the tree when there is no parent information
> > loaded in the tree - I may have the wrong database
> > structure, or I may have to modify the basic tree so that
> > the required information is available as the tree is built,
> > but the detail is not read until later. It seems to be a
> > number of compromises.
> >
> > --
> > Lester Caine
> > -----------------------------
> > L.S.Caine Electronic Services
> >
> >
> >
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